About the Event
ICE USA is the only dedicated event for the conversion of paper, film, foil, nonwovens and other flexible web-based materials in the Americas and our 2017 event marks the 4th edition of ICE USA. This premier event is where converting professionals gather to see first-hand the latest machinery, technology, and manufacturing solutions. Attendees from around the globe are looking to develop new business partnerships and come ready to network and learn from leaders in the converting industry.
This premier event is where converting professionals gather to see first-hand the latest machinery, technology, and manufacturing solutions. Attendees come to ICE USA to network and learn from the over 300 exhibiting companies in the converting industry.
- 72% of ICE USA attendees are serious buyers
- 62% have a plan to purchase within 18 months
ICE USA sessions provide the latest industry information presented by the people who know. Learn how to be more efficient and cost-effective in your jobs with knowledge you can take back to the workplace and implement right away.
“Ask the Experts” continues to be one of the most popular and valuable sessions. Offering one-on-one complimentary appointments with some of the industry’s leading consultants, the Ask The Experts program is a highly sought after program at ICE USA. Experts are available to meet privately with attendees to help solve technical and operational challenges.
ICE USA is organized by Mack Brooks Exhibitions Inc., a subsidiary of the Mack Brooks Exhibition Group based in St. Albans, UK, which has branches and partner companies in China, France, Italy, Russia, Thailand, India, and the USA. The Mack Brooks Exhibitions Group has been organizing industrial trade fairs around the world for almost 50 years. As a privately-owned, independent and professional show organizer, the company organizes a program of highly specialized trade exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas, in the fields of engineering, transport, metalworking, information technology, textiles, food and beverages, railways, construction, tunneling, printing, converting, airport management and aviation.